You have the right to report an incident of sexual or relationship violence to the college, law enforcement, or both.
You also have the right not to make a report.
Anyone who reports any type of sexual misconduct (e.g., sexual harassment, sexual assault, stalking, and intimate
partner violence) to a College employee will be informed in a timely manner of all their rights and options,
including the necessary steps and potential outcomes of each option. When choosing a reporting resource, the
following information should be considered:
- All reports of sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment, sexual assault and intimate, stalking, and
partner violence, will be treated seriously and with dignity by the College.
- Referrals to on and off-campus counseling and medical services are available immediately and confidentially to
victims of assault. Support and assistance are available even if you decide not to report the assault to police,
Campus Safety & Security Specialists, the Assistant Campus Director/Dean of Students or the College’s Title
- Those who have been assaulted have the right to take legal action (criminal/civil action) and administrative
action in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct.
- Reports of an assault to be handled in a confidential manner by contacting Hope Crisis Center (York,
Seward, Fillmore, Saline, Gage, Thayer & Jefferson counties), Voices of Hope (Lancaster county), The Bridge (Saunders
county), or Project
Response (Otoe, Johnson, Nemaha, Pawnee, & Richardson counties). All agencies are bound by state
statutes and professional ethics to maintain confidentiality without written releases. More information can be
found at Nebraska Coalition to end
sexual and domestic violence.
Right to Notify Law Enforcement & Seek Protective and Other Orders
Those who report being subjected to sexual misconduct, including harassment, sexual assault or intimate partner
violence, shall be provided written information about her/his right to:
(1) Notify law enforcement and receive assistance from campus authorities in making the notification; and,
(2) Obtain a protective order, apply for a temporary restraining order or seek enforcement of an existing order. Such
- standing criminal protective orders;
- protective orders issued in cases of stalking, harassment, sexual assault, or risk of injury to or impairing the
morals of a child;
- temporary restraining orders or protective orders prohibiting the harassment of a witness;
- relief from physical abuse by a family or household member or person in a dating relationship;
- family violence protective orders.
Information pertaining to how to apply for a restraining order. In addition, the
Nebraska Crime Commission is the state's lead agency established to provide services to victims of violent crime.
For further information, including contact information see: Nebraska's Office of Violence Protection or call 402-471-2194.
Rights to Request Interim Measures
The Title IX Administrator or Campus Safety/Security Personnel can assist in obtaining interim protective measures
and accommodations for individuals involved in reports of sexual and relationship violence. When requested, and
reasonably available, the following supports may be enacted:
- changes to academic, living, dining, working, and transportation situations
- honoring lawful protective or temporary restraining orders.
Interim measures are available whether or not a victim reports to local law enforcement or pursues internal
For Emergency Reporting Call 911
For Non-Emergency Reporting:
Title IX Administrator:
- Robert Sanford, Administrative Director of Title IX and Institutional Compliance for Southeast Community
College. The Title IX Administrator’s Office is located at 301 S 68th St. Place in Lincoln NE. 402-323-3418
- The Title IX Administrator works with other offices (e.g., Student Affairs, Academic Affairs, Human Resources,
Athletics, etc.) and Campus Safety/Security Personnel to address Title IX complaints and compliance issues.
Beatrice Campus, Nebraska City & Falls City Learning Centers:
- Toni Landenberger, Assistant Campus Director/Dean of Students, 402-228-8286, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mark Meints, Safety & Security Specialist, 402-228-8279, email@example.com
- Beatrice Police Department, 402-223-4080 │ Gage County Sheriff, 402-223-5221
Lincoln Campus (Including 8800 O Street, Education Square, Continuing Education Center, Entrepreneurship Center),
Plattsmouth & Wahoo Learning Centers:
- Theresa Webster, Assistant Campus Director/Dean of Students, 402-437-2559, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sam Loos, Safety & Security Specialist, 402-437-2408, email@example.com
- Lincoln Police Department, 402-441-6000 │ Lancaster County Sheriff, 402-441-6500
Milford Campus, York & Hebron Learning Centers:
- Stacy Riley, Assistant Campus Director/Dean Students, 402-4761-8270, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Milford Police Department, 402-761-2772 │ Seward County Sheriff, 402-643-4578
Additional information available on the SCC additional resources page.
SCC has established a confidential/anonymous reporting site – TIPS– for students, employees and visitors to report
suspicious or unusual behavior, or other incidents, that occur on any College-owned or College-operated facility or
at any College sponsored event or activity, either on or off campus. Confidential reports can be submitted by
filing a CCR report.
All SCC faculty and staff who have not otherwise been designated as confidential reporting resources (defined below)
are “responsible employees.” Title IX requires that when a responsible employee learns of sex* discrimination, including sexual or relationship violence, that
individual is required to promptly advise the Title IX Administrator, Campus Administration or other appropriate
designees. Because of this, please note that, although SCC takes survivor confidentiality very seriously,
confidentiality cannot be guaranteed when informing SCC employees who have not otherwise been
designated as confidential reporting resources of incidents of sexual or relationship violence.
Agency Contact Information
Whenever SCC’s Title IX Administrator or other responsible employee receives a report that a student or employee has
been subjected to sexual misconduct (including sexual harassment, sexual assault, stalking, or intimate partner
violence), the College’s Title IX Administrator, or other responsible employee, shall immediately provide the
alleged victim with contact information for and, if requested, professional assistance in accessing and using
campus, local advocacy, counseling, health, and mental health services. The following list of services, including
contact information, is provided for this purpose:
External Resources for Reporting and Assistance
- Office of Civil Rights (OCR), Department of Education’s webpage:
- National Sexual Assault Hotline 800-656-HOPE or online at https://ohl.rainn.org/online/
- National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-7233 TTY 800-787-3224
- National Resource Center on Domestic Violence 800-537-2238 x5 TTY 800-553-2508
- Nebraska Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence: Nebraska has a network of domestic
violence and sexual assault programs ensure that a safety net of services are available across our state
24-hours a day. www.nebraskacoalition.org/
- Voices of Hope (Lancaster county)
- Hope Crisis Center (York, Seward, Fillmore, Saline, Gage, Thayer & Jefferson
- The Bridge (Saunders county)
- Project Response (Otoe, Johnson, Nemaha, Pawnee, & Richardson counties)
- Lincoln Police Department's Victim Witness Unit: provides information and support services to
victims and witnesses of crime, 402-441-7181
- Friendship Home: provides shelter and support for battered women and their children
- Medical Treatment:
- Beatrice Community Hospital and Health Center; 4800 Hospital Parkway; 402-228-3344
- Bryan LGH East Campus; 1600 S. 48th St., Lincoln, NE; 402-481-1111
- Bryan LGH West Campus; 2300 S. 16th St., Lincoln, NE; 402-481-1111
- CHI Health St. Elizabeth Medical Regional Center; 555 S. 70th St., Lincoln, NE; 402-219-8000
- Memorial Health Care Center; 300 North Columbia, Seward, NE; 402-643-2971
- Avoid showering/bathing, changing clothes, washing hands, going to the toilet, or brushing
- Save each item of clothing worn at the time of the assault in separate paper bags, if clothing is changed
- Avoid disturbing anything in the area where the assault occurred
- Save any text messages, social networking pages and other communication